Watertown Weather

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Mostly Cloudy
Snow Showers
Saturday
01/19
Snow Showers
Cloudy with snow showers developing for the afternoon. High 31F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 60%.
High 31° / Low 27°
Ice Pellets
Sunday
01/20
Ice Pellets
Cloudy with rain. Rain will freeze on some surfaces late. Morning high of 36F with temps falling to near 25. Winds N at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of precip 100%.
High 36° / Low 5°

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1 week ago

Watertown Sons-of-Italy

Two new members installed at last night's Watertown Sons of Italy monthly meeting: Antonietta Cardeti and Bill Goss, from Brighton. Welcome! The installation was presided by Bruno Viscomi with presentations by Jim DiStefano, Steve DeAngelis, Mario Patriarca and Mel Martocchia. After the new member installation and the monthly meeting, a nice social banter with food took place. New members are always welcome, just let one of the members know! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Watertown Sons-of-Italy

New Year's Eve celebration at the Watertown Sons of italy ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Watertown Sons-of-Italy

The tables are set, we are ready to ring in the New Year. Buon Anno a tutti! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Watertown Sons-of-Italy

Christopher Columbus, navigator and explorer, 1492 vs today. On Dec 12, during its scheduled monthly meeting, the Watertown Sons and Daughters of Italy hosted a talk by Matteo Cassini, professor at Suffolk University and UMass Boston. There is little doubt as to Columbus’ significance stemming from his voyage which led to discovery of the new world, the America’s, as well as the significance to immigrants in general, to Italian Americans, to the US and to the world. There are many examples of his namesake, including our nation’s capital, The District of Columbia. In more recent times though there has been controversy. The talk was enlightening as professor Cassini highlighted Columbus’ timeline which also generated some spirited discussion with attendees. At the conclusion, the food and refreshments made the whole evening worthwhile. Many thanks to Professor Cassini for taking the time for the presentation, to sister Maria Pia for arranging the talk, and to the members who helped serve the food. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Watertown Sons-of-Italy

Packed house for our Christmas party. Buon Natale! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Watertown Sons-of-Italy

Upper function hall seats up to 275 people. Various examples of how the hall may be decorated. ... See MoreSee Less

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Meat Raffle


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Sponsored by the Sons of Italy, Grand Lodge of Massachusetts

Proceeds to benefit Cooley’s Anemia

The Cooley’s Anemia Foundation is dedicated to serving people afflicted with various forms of thalassemia, most notably the major form of this genetic blood disease.

THERE IS NO ADMISSION FEE!

Tickets: $10.00 for 15 Tickets on each table / 50-50 Raffle: 1 ticket for $5.00 – 3 tickets for $10.00

Contact Margaret Olivieri at 508-272-0976 or Lilia Viscomi at 617-332-5952

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